I scored this amazing little antique dressform from a local auction (my second favorite way to shop, the first being thrift stores and the third being Etsy!) She was very sweet, but she needed to be covered up, there was some wear and tear because of her age, but she was totally salvageable. My intention was to put together an awesome tutorial because I could not find one on how to cover her with the correct darts and shapes, or even a general pattern outline. I was using linen so I needed it to be a perfect fit, since there was no stretch to the material, which provided me another challenge. I choose this Echino fabric I have had for a year now, and have liked way too much to take the scissors and cut into it. I knew I’d lose some of the pattern in the darts, but I managed to focus on my favorite part, the Zebra. It took me two full days to complete her including the muslin pattern, the batting and then fitting the actual linen with the zipper in the back (notice no pictures of that! hah), a ton of hand basting, but I am pretty happy with how she came out. I’m going to make a few more covers for her, I have an embroidery concept I think with translate very well on her, now that I know better how it will fit. Would anyone be interested in a tutorial on this? If you would, please leave a comment, and I will get to work on that. Thanks!